Even Mother Nature herself has created hearts out of nature. But apparently sometimes you have to look at something from a very specific angle (mostly from very high above) to realize it’s a heart. Pretty symbolic of love; you see its truest form when you look at it from a bigger perspective rather than minutely analyze every detail. You cannot see the flaws from so high above; you only see the greater beauty – the heart.
These are awesome!
This forest can be found in Northern Spain, however, the forest will only take on the heart shape when viewed from this angle.
Gutierrez Lake, Patagonia
A tree covered island in Argentina; best viewed from the East side of Gutierrez Lake.
Guandu Nature Park, Taiwan
Situated in Taipei City, this nature park has this heart-shaped wetland.
A heart-shaped island paradise just off the coast of Viti Levu surrounded by coral reef. (It’s also home to a beautiful resort.)
Just south of Zadar in Croatia, this island measures just 1/2 kilometre at its widest point and must be reached by boat.
A perfectly heart-shaped lake can be found near Columbia Hills Corners in Ohio, but not much else is known about this curious feature. It seems to be part of a private residence.
Voh, New Caledonia
Probably the most well-known heart-shaped piece of land is this incredible mangrove in New Caledonia, made famous by aerial photographer Yann Arthus Bertrand and featured on the front cover of his book, Earth From Above.
Itself a major tourist attraction, the lake near the top of Chembra Peak in India is said to have never dried up. Apparently over 150 people pass the lake every day during the 3km journey to the top.
Great Barrier Reef of the Whitsundays
Heart Reef is a naturally formed, heart-shaped collection of coral in Australia.